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Re: Re: my garden photos


I've seen them that big in my clay occasionally. Amazing. I pitch them
over the fence for the birdies to eat. Saw they dedicated the new
Federal Bldg in OKC BTW. Quite a milestone. Y'all have really risen to
the occasion since the bombing and I for one am very impressed!


Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: F M Ferrari
Sent: 5/3/2004 9:45:51 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] my garden photos

> I'm in Oklahoma City in a neighborhood just west of Penn Square Mall.
> For being in Oklahoma, it's full of trees and lotsa shade. So my poor
> roses barely get 6 hours of sun. But I do have the loveliest dry shade!
> Roses are in barrels and adding compost, etc. around the rest of the
> place to get the dirt to make the transition to soil.
> 
>  
> Hey you should see what I found in some processed manure (have a horse
> and bring home horse apples on a regular basis). This was in a garbage
> can of stuff I've had processing since last summer. Well as I was
> shoveling it out to put on the roses, I discovered grubs the size of my
> thumbs! Enormous! I've never seen any that big! Showed my husband and
> told him that they were Texas grubs and, not knowing that I made it up,
> just said "huh uh"
> 
>  
> So if anyone can tell me about huge grubs that like to develop in developing horse manure, please fill me in on the details.
>  
> Fran, OKC
> 
> Jesse Bell <silverhawk@flash.net> wrote:
> YES...Bermuda Grass is NOT my friend. And what part of Oklahoma do you
> live in? My mother is from the panhandle area (Buffalo) and to grow
> ANYTHING out there was a real challange. 'Bout the only things you can
> grow are wheat, cactus and tumbleweeds.
> 
> 
> 
> F M Ferrari wrote:
> Beautiful!!! and to think that you live "out west!" So tell me, how in
> heaven's name do you keep that nasty bermuda grass outta your beds?????
> I have to admit that it's one of the few things that I do hate out here
> in Oklahoma! Fran
> 
> 
> Tricia 
> wrote:my garden photos
> I am new at trying to send pictures. I hope this works. I usually
> don't let anyone see my garden unless I can tell them how we have
> only been here for 7 years and I am working on a 39 year plan!
> 
> So much more to do! It was a cloudy day so I thought the colors were good. 
> Tricia
> zone 6b
> western Ok
> "where it has to be invasive to live"
> http://f2.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/pdickson@sbcglobal.net/album?.tok=phmrwCBB2C.zkcBm&.dir=/1944&.src=ph
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